Adams is playing his recruitment close to the vest but it’s clear that he’s still keeping his mind open and enjoying the process.
Where does Georgia stand with him? It’s hard to tell, but it’s clear that they’ve been in his ear and, according to Keith Niebuhr of 247 sports, Adams has at at least built some quality relationships with the Bulldog staff.
Adams said he has developed a good relationship with Georgia assistant Scott Lakatos, his primary recruiter for the Bulldogs. He talks to someone with the Georgia staff “every week.” Georgia is expected to have two coaches at Adams’ game on Friday.
For now, though, Adams biggest recruiters appear to be the prospects that currently form the core of Auburn’s 2013 class—specifically Reuben Foster and Carl Lawson—as, according to Adams, they are telling him “anything and everything…whatever they can come up with” to get him to commit to their chosen school.
Given Auburn’s rough start to the year, it’s not hard to see why the sell-job might be a bit more difficult to convey to a prospect with as many suitors as Adams.